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ABILEHE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, AUGUST 29, 1907.
tr rilles Anti-Pain PHI Cure Headache Almost Inatantly and leara no bad effeot They alo relieve erery other pain, NeuraW gia, Rheumatlo Pain, Bclatlca, Backache, Stomach ache, Ague Palna, Palna from to jury, Bearing-down palna, Indigestion, Dl ineu, Nenrouanasa and Sleeplaaanaaa ll Prevent All-Aches By Uklng one or two Dr. Milei' Anti-Pain PUli when yon fed an attack coming on. You not only avoid suffering, but the weak ening Influence of pain upon the system. II nervous, irritable and cannot sleep take s tablet on retiring or when you awaken. This soothing influence upon the nerves 'brings refreshing sleep. 15 fjosfS, 35 Ctms. ' never soiq in uuim STOCK MARKET WAS DULL Only Professionals Were Taking an Interest in Operations. Dividend Paying Issues Were Being Steadily Absorbed Bank of England Buying Gold. New York, Aug. 24. Business on the stock exchange Friday was strong ly suggestive ot the midsummer dull ness of previous years. Trading was merely nominal, almost the smallest of any day of the week and restricted to the purely speculative lBsues. Prices and movements were unusually narrow and Irregular and such changes as were registered resulted almost wholly from the operations of profes sional experts. Experts look for an Indefinite continuance of these condi tions, though somewhat apprehensive of Important failures In commercial lines. Brokerage Arms that give spe cial attention to Investment buying re ported a steady absorption during the week of the dividend paying Issues on a moderate scale. Little gossip was heard Friday In speculative circles re garding Individual stocks. The dispo sition among traders was to buy on all material recessions aid sell on rallies: The short Interest has been somewhat reduced during the week, but Is still to be reconed with. London reported a condition similar to our own. The market there drifted aimlessly with a tendency toward reaction, especially weakness being shownby the United States steel Issues and foreign copper hares. The bank of England was again a purchaser of bar gold In the open market, and this policy blils fair to be continued Indefinitely by the British institution. Aa an Illustration of the utter stagnation that prevailed tn the local market only 20,000 shares of stock changed hands during the noon hour. REINFORCE THE FRENCH One Thousand More Hen Go to De fense of Casa Blanca COMPLAIN OF STOCK EXCHANGE Kansas Attorney General Requested to . Act by th National Co-Operative Company. Topeka, Aug. 24. Anti-trust suits may be filed against the Kansas City stock exchange within a short time by the attorney general. T. W. Tomllnson of Denver, secretary of the National Co-operative Live Stock Commission company, and W. J. Todd ot Maple Hill, Kan., came to Topeka Friday and had a conference with Frederick 8. Jackson, attorney general, relative to the suit These men hare collected a mass ol evidence which can be used by the at . toraey general and they are working for more. The attorney general was very busy with the county attorneys. Id session here, and did not have much time to talk to the live stock men. He promised to give consideration to the matter at once. According to the Information filed with the attorney general the live stock commission men In Kansas City have so tied up the business at the Kansaa City stock yards that a Inn or person not a member of the exchange cannot handle stock. This had result ed In some heavy advances In charge ' so tt Is contended and the complain ants allege that this works a great hardship on the fanners and stock sen. A New Column of Warring Tribesmen Has Appeared Before Town French Troops Hard Pressed. Casa Blanca, Aug. 22. The arrival Wednesday before this town of new columns of warring tribesmen, who have joined the army of the fanatics besieging Casa Blanca, has rendered more serious the problem undertaken by France and Spain to "restore or der." The new arrivals constitute an Imposing opposition to the French force, now wearied with their vigil. The soldiers are convinced that their present defensive strength IB Inade quate. General Drude has had a con ference with Vice Admiral Fhlllbert, who telegraphed to Paris the belief of the general that re-lnforcements are absolutely necessary for the pro tection of the town. Whenever the men on board the crdiser Ololre sight groups of Arabs they open on them with shell fire. and during all Tuesday night there was a constant rattle of rifle fire from the French sharp-shooters directed against Arabs who were trying to steal in toward the town under cover of darkness. Paris, Aug. 22. The government has sent Instructions to Oran, Algeria, to dispatch 1,000 men to reinforce the present Fcench force at Casa Blanca. This action was decided upon at a conference held Wednesday between Foreign Minister Plchon, war minister Plcquart and Mar'ne Minister Thom son. It was agreed that the presence of more troops was Imperative In or der to gain unquestioned mastery over the tribesmen. It is officially explained, however, that the man to be sent from Oran are merely to fill out the reglnx nts a'reud ,' at Casa Blanca, Kiltert by Boiler Explos'on. New Yor!', Atirr. 24. Six m- n who were tcstlnr n loiter of a donkey en gine In the hold of the coal br.rgt Pat orson were Instantly killed Friday by he explosion ot the boiler. A seventh man was seriously Injured. TO TRYANEV PLAN Secretary Cortelyoo Will Deposit Government Funds ia Week ly Installments. BANKS OF VARIOUS CITIES Will Commence Next Wsek and Con tinue at Least Five Weeks Bet ter Than Large Amount at On Time Me Says. New York, Aug., 24. Secretary of the Treasury Cortelyou announced Friday a new plan of depositing gov ernment funds In New York, Boston and other cities to afford relief to the money market in approaching crop movement period. Secretary Cor telyou will commence next week, place each week at such points In the country as he shall designate, govern ment funds to sucn an amount as he deems sufficient to prevent an acute monetary stringency and possible pan ic when the demand for money Is greatest at the height of the crop mov ing period. The plan of the secretary for mone tary relief Is new to the financial world and one that he believes will 100 Doses $1 True only o! Hood's Sarsaparilla, the one great blood pnrifier and general tonic. This remarkable medicine baa effected many radical and permanent cures that are the wonder of the world. It eradicates all humors from pimples to scrofula. 100 Doses $1 In nsual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. lOOdosssSl, INDIANS WILL VOTE NO Full Bloods in the Indian Territory Are Opposed to the Constitution Prefer to Endure Evils They Have Rather Than Those of Which They Know Not. Tuskahoma, I. T., Aug. 24. The secretary of the Interior concluded his visit to the Indians, or the fire tribes at this place. One thing was clearly demonstrated. While the secretary Insisted at each stopping place that the Indian should vote on election day, In every Instance the full bloods said prove more efficacious than the old 'rankly that they were going to vote method of treasury department in waif . . A Valuable Hog. Janesvllle, Wis., Aug. 24. "A 8 tar Masterpiece," Berkshire hog former ly owned by the Wisconsin State Uni versity was sold at th Whitehall, III , hog sale Friday to resident of Klrks vllle, 111., for 16,500. Trfea to Lynt.h a tsT "Craw. Omaha. Auk. 24. Angered at the eight of th mangled body of Mllna Jtalser, six year old, who waa run 4owa by a street rar on South Tenth trH Friday, 2O0 citltena tried to lynch the car's crew. The crowd waa being augmented every minute and JovJ yella of "Lynch them were be.rt on every aid, when aa extra Squad of po!tcna arrived and took the te away. , Buy Hair atAuction? At any rate, you seem ttf be getting rid of It on auction-sale principles: "going, going, g-o-n-el" Stop the suction with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It certainly checks failing hair; no mistake ibout this. It sets ss regular medicine; mskes the scalp healihy. . Then you must hive healthy hiir, for It's niture's may. The beat kind of testimonial 8old lor ar sixty TwaTa. lng until the country was severely shaken financially and then coming to the relief at the last moment by plac ing a large deposit of government funds In New York banks. Secretary Cortelyou did not state how much money he would deposit each week, though he Indicates that the amount would equal the situation. The plan for financial relief was made known Friday In the following official statement to the Associate!) Press: "Secretary Cortelyou announced to day that beginlng with next week the -treasury department will make each week for a period of not less than five weeks, deposits in national banks at New York, Boston and oth er points, the security required to be approved state, municipal and rail road bonds acceptable under the ex isting requirments of the department, with the understanding that If called for, such deposits shall be returned after January 1 in Installments to be fixed by the secretary of the treas ury. This action is taken to meet the commercial and industrial needs of the country at this season, and is believed to be preferable to wait ing until a time of acute stringency when the only alternative would be a large general deposit Investigation of tne results attain ed under the old treasury plan of wait ing until the last moment and then placing a large Blngle amount of gov ernment funds in New York, disclosed to Secretary Cortelyou that, as a rule, the placing of a large amount of money, while tt really helped, was generally ill-timed and either came too Boon or too late. Under the new plan the secretary will place government funds In amounts large enough to meet the situation. For this purpose he may use all custom funds, which he is per mltted to do pnder the Aldrlch act, and If these funds are not sufficient, he will augment them from the avail able treasury balance, which Increases each week after the nsual July deficit. Secretary Cortelyou tn placing the government funds throughout the country will depend upon the bureau recently established In the treasury department, to Inform him when stringencies are being felt most. In this way the funds Of the government will be deposited where they will ef fect the greatest benefit. Secretary Cortelyou believes that by not an nouncing, tn advance the amounts to be deposited, he will prevent specula tors from taking "advance of the situation and obtaining money which he believes should go Into other chan nels. In adoptlsg this plan the secre tary gave careful consideration to the question of gold exports, and he Is of the opinion that the present measure of relief will do much to prevent a movement of gold to Europe. In pre vious years the sudden outpour of money from the national treasury when a crop moving stringency was absorbing all available funds, pro duced a sharp relief and made a gold export movement possible by the very violence of the reaction. the hood, It was found, too, that In each na tion the reason was the Bame. The fullbloods do not know what statehood means. They do not know what the constitution contains. They said bo: And they further said that rather than adopt a constitution about which they knew nothing and which had never been printed tn their language so that they could Inform themselves, they would vote to continue their pres ent condition, unsatisfactory as It Is, They do not pretend to Bay that they do not like what is In the constitu tion, nor that they wanted things In It that the proposed document does not contain, they simply say they are not Informed and will vote against It. The leaders also say that they will get out the fullblood vote on election day. TEXAS ATTACKS ANOTHER. Has Filed Suit Against Harvester Company Alleging Violation of Anti-Trust Laws. Dallas, Tex., Aug. 24. A suit has been filed by the attorney general's department In behalf of the state against the International Harvester company of America, organized under the laws of Wisconsin. The petition alleges -tlfat the de fendant concern has violated the anti trust law of Texas and demands pen alties In the sum of $1,100,000. It Is further alleged hat this concern has formed an unlawful combination with the following companies: McCormlck Harvester and Machinery, company, Deerlng Harvester company, Piano Manufacturing company, Warder, Bushnell & Olessner company, Minne apolis Harvester company, D. M. Os borne & Co., and Aultman Manufactur ing company. Bonaparte Ma Visit Missouri. Washington, Au. 24. The Attorney general, Mr. Bonaparte, has been in vited to attend the meeting of the Mis souri State Bar association In Kansas City next month. S. B. Ladd of Kan sas City, called on Mr. Bonaparte Fri day and asked him to address the Mis souri lawyers at their meeting. The attorney general said be would com municate with Mr. Ladd later. He added that he would be glad to accept If he could satisfactorily arrange his engagements. Qrattan Changed Hie Mind. Topeka, Aug. 24. Frank Qrattan n'wly appointed attorney for the state board of rallwya commissioners, gave out a statement Friday favoring the calling of a special session of the leg islature by Gov. Hoch for the purpose of the passing of a flat two-cent a mile passenger fare In the state of Kansas. Recently Mr. Qrattan held that It would be good policy for Kansaa to await the action of other states where a test case la In the courts before or dering a two-cent fare. Mistaken For Moonshiner. Washington, Aug. 24. Commis sioner of International Revenue Cap er Friday received a telegram from Internal Revenue Collector Surber at Oreensboro, N. C, saying: "Deputy Collector Henlrlx, with posse, from Raleigh, N. C, and Deputy Collector Henry, with posse from Durham, met at a moonshine still Thursday night. Each took the other for moonshiners llshment of a permanent peace In Con Fined for Giving Rebates Minneapolis, Aug. 24. A fine of $20,- 000 was Imposed upon the Chicago, 8L Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha railway company and Its former general freight agent, Hiram M. Pearce, or dered to pay a $2,000 fine by Judge Page Morris In the United States dis trict court Friday. The Omaha road, conjointly with Its former general freight agent, was convicted In the same court, April 11, of granting re bate to he Spencer Grain company. To Recognize oaviia Government. Washington, Aug. 24. A distinct foreword movement towards th estab- BRAZIL OBJECTS Does Not Wish to bs Arbltarily De signated as Nation of the Third Class. CALLS MIGHT OVER RIGHT If the Hague Conference Adopt Ar bitration Under 8uch Condi tions It Will Not Sign th Convention. Rio Janeiro, Aug. 24. An official re cital of the position of Brazil In the matter of the organization of a perma nent court of arbitration at the Hague has been made public. JLt says that Brazil does not Insist upon a superior position in the Anglo-American project for the organization of a new and per manent court ot arbitration. "She pro nounced herself as against the crea tion of such a court aa an utterly use less step, Inasmuch aa there exists al ready at The Hague a permanent court of arbitration, created by the conven tion of 189. Brazil also put herself on record as against the classification ot the sovereign states represented in the conferences into states of first, second, third, fourth and fifth class. Independent and civilized nations It is declared, should not be Invited to a conference In order that they sign con ventions in which they classify them selves aa powers of the third and even the fith order. The demand made by the Brazilian delegation to the con ference, is that the principle of the equality of sovereign states in their international relations accepted by the convention of 1899, continue to be rec ognized. Brazil insists that the Interests ol peace will not be served by the crea tion between the various states, by means of contractual stipulations, ol different degrees of sovereignty which humiliate some at the profit of others, and which undermine the fundamental Institutions of all, and by proclaiming, by a Btriklng analogy the judicial pre dominance of might over right, it holds that It the establishment of a new court on such foundations Is In sisted upon It will be better not to cre ate It at all. Consequently, the Brazilian delega tion to the Hague, acting In accord ance with the instructions receiveu from its government proposes a re form of the present permanent court of arbitration. Each state willing and able to pay the emoluments establish ed by the conference would have an arbiter permanently at the Hague. Parties In litigation would have the privilege of submitting their dffer ences ether to the plenary court or to arbiters selected among those attach ed to the Court. If the other project, establishing permanent judges only for the six great military powers of Europe, the United States and Japan, and tempor ary Judges for the other states, classi fied on a scale of Importance absolute ly arbirary and unjust, Is adopted, Bra zil will not sign the convention. Bra zil will content herself with the court of arbitration already In existence and she will not figure in an international act as a power of the third class. Dickinson County Herd Duroc Jersey Swine. "" TEDDY H 48667 " heads mj held. Klchly brad f ilta bred to this undefeated sire. Breeding stock for sale. . r-'arm one-half nrlle' east of soart house Abilene, Kansas. It. K. D. No. S. 17-6.. J. D. SHEPHEKD, Prop Missouri, Kansas and -Texas - Commission Co. J. R. VAN VOORST, if Dickinson County, is Feeder, Buyer and Member of Firm. We solicit a share of your business. H. B. Domett, cattle salesman, has been talesman 18 yean. Satisfaction guaranteed. we will be pleased to answer Inquiries by nail. Hoom 871, LtveBtock Exchange, -Kansas City, Mo, J. A. TUFTS, Licensed Embalmer AND- Undertaker. Guild attjpded to day or night. Day phone, 819; night phone, 844. ABILENE, KANSAS- Ap AbDene Steam Laundry. Perfeot Work. Reasonable Prioe. Patronise home industry. Pare Hand 'prlnvs water used and all work guaranteed Agencies In all Dickinson county towns. J. E. ClOODWiN Proprietor. Mexican War Veteran Meat. Norfolk, Va., Aug. 24. The annual reunion of the National Association of Mexican War Veterans opened at the Jamestown exoosltlon Friday. Welcoming addresses were made by exposition officials, with responses by Col. Louis F. Beeler of Baltimore, president, and Mrs. Moore Murdock, of Dallas, Tex., secretary. nm X MM Awral SsnttaM. tt L7TU Ta. OKLV Ml. Is. w f Sy - Uj OoTSML Ot AMIa05i !' j OATARRH i Mi- ' IT"" otthrn i ' MMfl Discharges In' '. I iffl$&3&Ja hours: ; Cathollo Prelate Dying. Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 24-Very Rev. P. Hyacinth, Epp., five time head of the Capuchin order In America, and one of the oldest Capuchin priest In the country, la said to be dying In St. Alphonse's monastery in Weat Vir ginia. Constipation Baked (west apple, with bob people, brief prompt rell.1 tor Const! patloa. With others. sons all wheat brawl will nnra the sameeS. MatnnnndonbtBdlr has a issstaM rssasdy Ss nlier. btwj ailment known to man. It phraleUa. can but Ond Nature's war to health. And (task) strikingly true with rasard to OoostiDatlon. Th. bark of a amain tne to California Caa aamfe-oaarsaarat exotUans aid to this and. But. eooiblnad with Itrptlaa Senna, alls. ptrr Kim Bark, Solid Extract ot ProrMa. t&. thU same Oasfara bark Is Siva tts tnetset soatJbla Be war to correct eortstiitatlom. A tnothataiit dandy Tablet, ealled Lax-ata, Is wow made at ths He. aboop laboratorlat, tram this trow now aoo" sthKUre preeerlMlo. Its sftMt on Const aadaa, BUlonsnass. eorjf Btosnads. Bad Breatk, Sallow Onsspunrlnai. ate,!, kaowal prasl aa A t Ue.. L-rsL, I yers ttlBHLU. UUCT KCTOUl.' and fired on each other. Deputy Mar shal Oordon was mortally wounded and Deputy Collector Henry and two nnsapmeo wore sertonslr wounded." "W.Td Bill'' Widow Deaa New York, Aug. 14. Mme. Agnes Lake, 'the Drat woman circus owner In this country, and u one time a famous bareback ri.ler, and champion woman high wire walker, died Friday at the borne of relative in Jersey City. Mme. Lake's career has been one of remark able romance and adversity. Both of be husbands, William I -a fee, a drroa clown, and "wild Hill" Hickok, aa a aociate of "Buffalo Bill." war killed by desperado. 3b waa 81 year old and had beva with various clrtusn tor forty-four year. For th but tea raara she had beea aa Invalid. tral America waa mad Friday when upon the Invitation of the staU de partment, Senor Ugatrt. the repre sentative in this country of the provi sional government of Honduras, called upon acting Secretary of State Ades and waa by him Informed that the American government had decided to extend formal recognition to th gov era's est.pt Presjd.eut Darlla. - Mo STtpmcaa nnplaaiaa altar i atana-iaph.fi niaal boms attaints and asm PERFECTION WICK FLAME OIL STOVE SV -.weHBSrv t lU ; -Al 4 I SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL IX roar dMUar don't handl. It, writ. Co TUB STANDARD OIL-COMPAF4Y PATENTS GIVE PROTECTION for seventeen year at little cost. Bend for free booklet. MILO B, STEVENS A CO., 8S4 Ktb St., WASH INGTON, U. O. Branches: CnkUBO, Cler and, Detroit. Estab. 18U. tWac-lm "i Barker's ' hair balsam Clinis BtnsJ oMtUVta tha lata Pi i mi ii i at tnBurianl sTnjWtlL Bar- rails to Bstttor OffT Hair ut itas inuuirui Dai or. Osuas aattp diatewaa hair .allint Lax-ets CHAl F. TOWNSmiD. First published la Abilene Weekly Be-' fleet Aug art 1, MOT. Sheriffs Sale Under Execution. STATU OF KANSAS, m. Bute of Kuhi Bllavod Boa th worth. By Tlrtneof Execution to me directed Bd delivered, lesaed onto tbeEisTtHh Jn dtcfel instrlct Court of the fitrte of Kansas, sluing; In and for Dickinson County, in said 8tte, i win on oaaaf , KDiemDeriDa,A. u. lM7,attbe honroftea o'clock A.M. of said day, at the frontdoor of the Court Hotfee Id Abilene). In the Conn tv and State aforesaid. offer for public sale and sell loibe bigheet bidder, for cash In hand, all the rnrht, title and Interest of the above named defendant In and to the following deecrlbed real estate ivall: lta ama (II. fonr (4) and all 6 - Henry, Hod re and Reed's sob dlvinloa of a AnffUrtlne and Lbold's and sob dirlitoo of Thompson and McOoj's addition to the City of Abtlftne, inckleion Oonnty, Kansaa, and all of Kd wards' addition to the City of Ab lene, Dtcktnaon County, Kansaa. Held proper? levtrd oa and to be eeld as the pro pert of the above aained defendant. i. h. Patron, O. C Tomnw, BhertsT. ' AttomT for Plelntltf. 47.4 SherttT'R Office, Dtckinsoa. County, Kansas. July 31.1HT. 39 days treatment for $1.01 Satisfaction guaranteed or coney refunded A rnsjs at- hvl Hnu tisntal Iv ffTVf th mnf vnm case before mornin. BACK-ACHE